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Bumped version on PADS

Small PADS info:

I bumped the version of pads to 1.2.1 (My version) after applying a patch that fixes many issues as follow:
PADS did not enable warnings during compilation. Enabling that revealed
that it did not actually include header files declaring the functions it
used. Fixing this revealed a multitude of little bugs of varying
severity, including:
- Uninitialized variables
- Unused variables
- Using close() instead of fclose()
- Using a bstring as a string, rather then using bdata()
- Useless statements
- Return without argument, even though function must return something
- Assuming time_t is int
- Passing pointers to arrays instead of the array itself

Many thanks to Erwin Paternotte for submitting this patch in the work of getting pads to work on Hardened Gentoo 64bit.

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